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June 20, 2016

Neo4j Developer Productivity with GraphGridDeveloper productivity is critical for any organization building software. There are many factors to consider ranging from effective communication with the business on requirements to ease of working with the chosen technologies. When the chosen technology is new to the enterprise, understanding the ability to transition smoothly and build a quality solutions with the chosen technology are essential to confidently move forward. Read more…

Neo4j 3.0 on GraphGridAs we’ve been deploying and testing the Neo4j 3.0 Milestone releases on GraphGrid we’ve been excited for some of the shiny new features and also taking note of the operational differences that we’ll need account for in preparation for supporting Neo4j 3.0.

Neo4j is the most popular option in today’s graph database space with its native graph reliability, performance and expressive querying language, Cypher, and Neo4j 3.0 takes strides in continuing the trend in being both enterprise ready and more developer friendly with your preferred language. Read more…

Synthetic Identities: Real-Time Detection with Neo4j on GraphGridSynthetic identities are built through identity theft for use in fraud requiring individually valid identifying details. Identity criminals establish new identities through the combined use of false and actual data, or at times, independently valid information. Criminals utilize this synthetic identity to gain open deposit accounts, credits, driver’s licenses, and even passports. Read more…

Interest Feed with Neo4j on GraphGridWhat might interest you? In this age, it’s safe to assume that you have given at least some digital declaration regarding what definitely interests you that is being used to power an interest feed. Like any good detective, we are in the business of following these clues to reveal yet undiscovered conclusions. Posts, topics, pictures, videos, people, and other assorted data that will likely interest you. Fortunately unlike detective work, digital sleuthing can be undertaken as a hard science, where algorithms and numbers are our forensic tools, culminating in an interest feed. Read more…

March 18, 2016

Thinking In Patterns with Neo4j on GraphGridThinking in patterns is the key to interacting with a graph database like Neo4j. One of the main challenges I see with those with deep relational database experience when transitioning to a graph database is the use of a relational approach for querying data. To query a graph database most efficiently there is a need to update the mental model for how database query interactions are approached. We’ll look at some examples of this and making this transition to thinking in patterns. Read more…